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Volume 34 (2020)
Volume 33 (2019)
Volume 31 (2017)
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Research Article
Simulation of Stream Flow and Sediment Yield in Fariman Dam Watershed Using SWAT Model and Genetic Algorithm

Farzaneh Naseri; mahmood azari; Mohamad Taghi Dastoorani

Volume 32, Issue 3 , July and August 2018, Pages 447-462


  Introduction: Determining the amount of watershed sedimentation and its spatial distribution by using field measurements in practice faces a serious challenge. In recent decades, hydrological models have been widely used by hydrologists and water resource managers as a tool for analysing water resource ...  Read More

Research Article
Validation of Aquacrop Model for Simulating Wheat Yield in Different Irrigation Events

Mohammad Reza Emdad; arash tafteh; saeed ghalebi

Volume 32, Issue 3 , July and August 2018, Pages 463-473


  Introduction: Simulation models have been used for decades to analyse crop responses to environmental stresses. AquaCrop is a crop water productivity model developed by the Land and Water Division of FAO. It simulates yield response to water of herbaceous crops, and is particularly suited to address ...  Read More

Research Article
Study of Salinity Changes in Soil Profile of 4 Agricultural Crops in Qazvin Plain under Drip-Tape Irrigation with AquaCrop Model

H. Ramezani Etedali; Maryam Pashazadeh; B. Nazari; abbas sotoodehnia; A. Kaviani

Volume 32, Issue 3 , July and August 2018, Pages 475-487


  Introduction: Regarding population growth rate and drought challenges, one of the effective strategies for sustainable development in agricultural sector is irrigation. In this regard, in recent years, the use of tape irrigation method has been considered in crop plants, but the use of this system will ...  Read More

Research Article
Evaluation the Effects of the Irrigation Water Salinity and Water Stress on Yield Components of Cherry Tomato

Javad ramezani moghadam; yaser hosseini; Mohammad Reza Nikpour; atieh abdoli

Volume 32, Issue 3 , July and August 2018, Pages 489-500


  Introduction: The largest share of water consumption in Iran is related to the agricultural sector. Therefore, in order to save water resources, priority is given to reducing irrigation water consumption. On the other hand, reducing of water quality and salinization are the main problems which are commonly ...  Read More

Research Article
Investigating the Effect of Partial Root Zone Drying (PRD) Deficit Irrigation at Different Irrigation Intervals on Water Use Efficiency and Growth Parameters of Sunflower Plant

Mojtaba Cheraghizade; Ali Shahnazari; Mirkhaleg Ziatabar Ahmadi

Volume 32, Issue 3 , July and August 2018, Pages 501-516


  Introduction: According to the Statistical Center of Iran, the country's population between 1957 and 2017, has increased approximately from 19 people to 80 million. With population growth, the water demand is increased and water resources are threatened cumulatively. Agriculture is recognized as the ...  Read More

Research Article
Effect of Cadmium on Vegetative Traits, Physiological and Biochemical Indexes of Radish (Raphanus sativus L.)

k. dalvand

Volume 32, Issue 3 , July and August 2018, Pages 517-529


  Introduction: Among wide variety of soil pollutants including heavy metals, acidic precipitation and other toxicants, the importance of heavy metals due to their pollution capacity has received growing attention in recent years. Heavy metals are important environmental pollutants and their toxicity is ...  Read More

Research Article
Evaluation Biosorption of Cadmium (II) from Aqueous Solution by Modified Ceratophyllum demersum L.

hosien Shokripour; Mona Golabi; Hadi Moazed; Nematolah Jafarzade Haghighy Fard

Volume 32, Issue 3 , July and August 2018, Pages 531-545


  Introduction: In recent years, concern over the long-term effects of heavy metals has been increased as environmental pollutants. Environmental pollution of heavy metals is one of the major environmental issues. Unfortunately, due to the uncontrolled entry of various types of industrial waste, their ...  Read More

Research Article
Application Effects of Organic Acids on Growth of Forage Corn and Concentration of Nutritional Elements in Shoots and Roots

Akbar Hassani; Maryam Etemadian; mehdi nourzadeh haddad; Mehrdad Hanifeie

Volume 32, Issue 3 , July and August 2018, Pages 547-558


  Introduction: In calcareous soils of Iran, using fertilizers that reduce soil pH over long periods are prioritized. Reducing pH in calcareous soils increases the concentration of essential nutrients such as phosphorus, iron, zinc, copper and manganese in the soil solution. The use of organic and inorganic ...  Read More

Research Article
Inoculation of Plant Growth Promoting Bacteria on Yield, Stomatal Conductance and Chlorophyll Index of Corn under Potassium Deficiency

Mahdiyeh Leylasi Marand; Mohammad Reza Sarikhani

Volume 32, Issue 3 , July and August 2018, Pages 559-572


  Introduction: Potassium is one of essential elements for plants and it is the most abundant nutrient on soil surface which is important factor on plant growth and development. Factors such as potassium fixation, erosion, run-off and leaching cause reduction in available potassium of soil. Microorganisms ...  Read More

Research Article
Effects of Treated Wastewater Irrigation on Heavy Metals Concentration, Distribution and Contamination of Soil

behnaz atashpaz; salar rezapour; Nader Gaemian

Volume 32, Issue 3 , July and August 2018, Pages 573-585


  Introduction: Over the past decades, due to climate change and water scarcity, the recovery and use of urban wastewater, especially in arid and semi-arid climates, has increased. But since wastewater is considered as an unconventional source of water, its use in agriculture requires special management ...  Read More

Research Article
Effect of Land Use Change on some Physicochemical and Biological Properties of the Soils of Servak Plain, Yasouj Region

Fatemeh Mehmandoost; Hamidreza Owliaie; Ebrahim Adhami; Reza Naghiha

Volume 32, Issue 3 , July and August 2018, Pages 587-599


  Introduction: Land use changes such as conversion of forest to cultivated lands, significantly affect soil properties and modify soil forming processes. Land use changes can drastically affect the soil environment, which in turn markedly affect soils and soil processes. Human activities that are not ...  Read More

Research Article
Applicability of Agmerra for Gap-Filling of Afghanistan in-situ Temperature and Precipitation Data

Ahmad Reza Razavi; Mahdi Nassiri Mahallati; Alireza Koocheki; Alireza Beheshti

Volume 32, Issue 3 , July and August 2018, Pages 601-616


  Introduction: Climate change (CC) is one of the most important concerns for mankind in the current century. Increasing CO2 concentration and the proof of the greenhouse effect theory in which the type and composition of atmospheric gases which influence the earth temperature, are among undeniable facts ...  Read More

Research Article
Impact of Climate Change on Sudden Changes in Potential Evapotranspiration Time Series (Case Study: NW of Iran)

yaghoub dinpazhoh; Masoumeh Foroughi

Volume 32, Issue 3 , July and August 2018, Pages 617-632


  Introduction: Evapotranspiration is one of the key elements of hydrological cycle. This parameter plays a crucial role in different water related studies such as agricultural water management, environmental energy budget, water balance of watersheds, water reservoirs and water conveyance structures (such ...  Read More

Research Article
Prediction of Zayandeh Rood Dam Inflow and Hydrological Wet and Dry Periods Using Bayesian Networks

Parisa Noorbeh; Abbas Roozbahani; Hamid Kardan Moghaddam

Volume 32, Issue 3 , July and August 2018, Pages 633-646


  Introduction: During the last decades, runoff decreasing is observed in our country as many dam reservoirs face water supply crisis even in normal periods. This decreasing trend is mainly due to the uncontrolled withdrawals, lack of supply and demand management as well as droughts. Using different flow ...  Read More